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Methodist minister Jeff Reynolds reflects on starting Twilight, a fresh expression of church in Costa Coffee in Stafford.
Ian Mobsby talks to Cid Latty, Network Leader for Cafechurch Network.
Methodist pioneering minister Joy Adams explains how her fresh expression of church began life in a butchers shop in the local bus station.
A fresh expression of church that is 'fuelled by coffee'... Matt Ward, a chaplain at the University of Leeds, takes us behind the scenes at Emmanuel Café Church.
Beer and a singalong helped to launch Leicester-based Presence as a Bishop's Mission Order, Revd David Cundill brings us up to date.
Will Sudworth tells us about 'church like you've never seen it before'.
Known and loved by many as a tourist hotspot on the Dorset coast, Poole is also home to missional community Reconnect.
Nightclub chaplain Michael French explains his work in one of the UK's most popular clubbing areas.
Graham Harrison updates the story of the Taste and See café church in Kidsgrove, from expressions: the dvd - 1.
Fellowship@Grannies, a church evolving out of an Alpha course.
Charlie Nobbs tells the tale of the Kairos Centre, the start of another chapter in the story of Grange Park Church.
Zoe Hart, student worker, reports the work of the living room.
Innovative cafechurch has come to Whitehaven. Methodist minister Philip Peacock takes a break from the lattes and cappuccinos to explain what it's all about.
Revd Sam Foster, fresh expressions pioneer missioner for the Scarborough Deanery, explains why they have numerous projects under way.
Christ Church Brighton is a fresh expression of church in Brighton, established in 2005 under an initiative from the Bishop of Chichester.
Mary Casey gives the lowdown on the FREEdom Café, Seaton, where there is such a thing as a free lunch.
Ben Clowes explains how the Welcome has become the 'newest' church in Methodism.
Legacy XS offers, among other things, indoor and outdoor skate parks, a recording studio, arts suite… and a youth congregation. Leader Pete Hillman gives the lowdown on its work in Essex.
Church at the Centre, Tonge Children's Centre shares the love of God with the people of Tonge Moor. Community Minister Pat Oliver explains more.
Revd Jane Carter explains how seven out of ten churches in the Loughborough Circuit came to run a Messy or Café Church.
Nick Crawley wrote to the Bishop of Bristol to suggest launching a network church and in 2004, he began work on his new 'parish' of young adults.
Xpressions Cafe in Norfolk aims to offer church for those who don't do church. Richard Seel explains how that happens through a number of different 'zones'...
On the first Saturday evening of each month from February to July, Christchurch URC/Methodist Church is transformed into a café style performance venue.
Gethin Rhys describes how a sabbatical led to Sacred Space, the Rhondda's café church.
Tim Sanderson explains why they have been 'running to keep up with God' since Barney and Judes got off the ground in 2010.
Deacon Ian Cartwright explains how Cre8 engages with children and their families through a gardening club, health and fitness programme and special events.
James Blandford-Baker describes how St Andrew's, Histon's vision to be at the heart of the village community led to the development of Essence.
Chris Bennett is chaplain of The Dock in Belfast's Titanic Quarter, a formerly largely deserted area currently being transformed it into a 21st century 'urban village'.
Sue Butler tells how Thirst Café Church's beginnings go back a lot further than its 'official' start in November 2007.
Liz Childs tells how the vision of something fresh and new for young people has developed into Gainsborough Café Church.
Dave Gardner, vicar of St John's, Woodbridge, explains how The Lounge at Costa in Woodbridge, Suffolk, has changed 'shape' in recent months.
James Grier explains how the Unlimited youth church begins to be seen in a new light as it becomes a BMO.
It all started when St Paul's Church, Dorking, opened up its doors to a new 'audience'. As vicar Paul Bryer explains, the result is 'Café Church - church with a twist'.
United Media Church in Kingswood recognises that people learn and engage in different ways. Adrian Wyatt explains why they describe themselves as 'the same, but different'.
New Song Café has been running at Bold Street Methodist Church, Warrington, for three years. Jackie Bellfield traces its story as a fresh expression of church.
In 2009 a group of Christians hired East Worthing Community Centre for 'a couple of weeks' to trial a café church. Leader John Beales explains more.
Castle Square United Reformed Church in Trefforest hosts a Café Church every month. Leader Gethin Rhys explains its development since launching in September 2008.
St Ives Methodist Church hosts Café Church once a month. Matt Finch explains how the church's new website has also helped to 'open the door' to newcomers.
Matt Caldicott tells the story of the Generation Project, set up in 2011 by Rugby Deanery to connect with 20 to 30-year-olds in the area.
Rev Stuart Holt explains how a fresh expression of church launched in September 2011 in Hampshire now attracts up to 100 people to its informal sessions.
Café church: examples, types, things to bear in mind and resources.
How should the church relate to the culture of people entering faith?
Avril Chisnall and Christine Kay explain how a fresh expression of church has become part and parcel of the TANGO community project at St Mark's, Haydock.
A new church for young adults has been growing in Bradford since the appointment of a city centre Mission Priest, Chris Howson, in October 2005.
Dan Evans tells how a fresh expression of church for 18 to 30-year-olds is providing 'shelter and a place of diversity' in Mumbles, Swansea.
If the doors of the imposing Grade II listed Easton Methodist Church were kept closed, passers-by on the local high street would miss all that goes on inside throughout the week.
Christ Church Roxeth (in Harrow) realised that it was having little impact on its neighbours of other religions and cultures and started looking for ways to serve them.
Over many years, 13 churches and Christian organisations in Ealing, West London, worked together to provide a soup kitchen for people on the edge of society.
A brief encounter with a coffee shop owner changed the way Greg LeMaster thinks about church.
A waterfront café in Ipswich has become home to a community of people keen to develop faith and friendship. One of LINK's organisers, Roger Eyre, explains more.
Heather Cracknell, a pioneer curate near Norwich, is looking to establish a social enterprise café and community project on a new housing development.
Plans for a cafechurch came about through Churches Together in Heathfield and District, East Sussex.